Ainol Novo 7 Aurora / Elf / Advanced II Comparison -7” Capacitive Tablet - Review By GadgetFreakz

The most recent selection of Ainol Novo 7 tablets including the Aurora, Elf and Advanced II which have caused a new global discussion; most definitely in the tablet pc and google android corners on the internet.
 
 
Spread the Word
Listed Under

Tags:
* Ainol Novo 7 Aurora
* Ainol Aurora
* Android 4.0
* GadgetFreakz
* Tablet Pc
* Cheap Tablet Pc
* Ainol
* Ainol Novo 7 Elf
* Ips

Industrys:
* Gadgets
* Technology
* Tablet Pc

Location:
* London City - London, Greater - England

Subject:
* Products

Feb. 18, 2012 - PRLog -- These much awaited tablets have got a great deal to be able to live up to following the excellent success of the predecessor the first Ainol Novo 7 Advanced; which had the device marketplace by storm and really establishing the standard for everyone producers to adhere to.
Here at GadgetFreakz we have recently been receiving a large amount of inquiries and email messages with regards to the differences between these fabulous devices; and decided we would conduct a article to incorporate this information to keep our customers are well informed. If there is anything that you find we have forgotten then please do feel free to write a message or get in touch.
Firstly, and defiantly most noticeable to anyone is that the design and style for the Ainol Novo 7 Aurora (http://gadgetfreakz.co.uk/ainol-novo-7-aurora-android-4-0-7-ips-tablet.html) is different to the Elf and Advanced II. It is indeed correct, with the top range Aurora, Ainol have decided to choose a black sleek and curved trim to the tablet; extremely comparable to that which is seen upon devices such as the iPhone 3G/3GS. This helps to make the product a little more pleasant to hold over the Elf & Advanced II but should not have much of an influence on your selection. In addition a variation to be aware of at this time period the colours available, from the Advanced had been a typical black, but in the Elf and Aurora a new white model has been provided.
A subsequent feature worth bringing up will be RAM (Random Allocated Memory) that the tablets have got. With all the initial Advanced this had been a basic 512MB DDR2, that didn’t seem to experience any lag problems. In the Ainol Novo 7 Elf, Aurora and Advanced II this has also been improved to DDR3; with a additional 512MB added to just the Aurora & Elf, taking these two up to 1GB DDR3. This could become a key factor in a selection not to decide on the Advanced II, if you are considering upon operating several software programs at once that will place a heavy load on the gadget then the more desirable option would be the Aurora or the Elf.
Keeping the greatest until last, of which if perhaps anyone has been recently checking round you'll realize will be the improvement for the screens over the Advanced that used a capacitive screen at 800 x 480. The Advanced II has also used the actual identical display screen of the original. Inside the Elf, the screen also stays the same but at a increased and improved resolution at 1024 x 600, this elevated sharpness and clarity is definitely evidently noticeable. Nevertheless the greatest adjustment occurs in the Ainol Novo 7 Aurora, where a powerful IPS display was added, this is still capacitive for all of the individuals that have inquired about this. The IPS display will be the same to that which is found in the iPad 2, this is once again operating at the higher resolution at 1024 x 600 and ultimately what this new screen will do is increase the reliability and accuracy of the colour from all viewing perspectives; a must have for anyone planning on operating them highly in-depth games or watching dvds.
Inside our evaluation of the Ainol Novo 7 Aurora which may be seen below we make a contrast between the old display and the innovative IPS Screen:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=spW2WYdLgYU



We hope this has summed up the variations between new tablets by Ainol. These are examples of the best tablets we've previously got the ability to evaluate and have absolutely no doubt that every user will be in the position to back up this announcement up. For those who have any questions please do not be reluctant to communicate with us.
-GadgetFreakz (http://gadgetfreakz.co.uk)  Team
End
Email:***@gadgetfreakz.co.uk Email Verified
Tags:Ainol Novo 7 Aurora, Ainol Aurora, Android 4.0, GadgetFreakz, Tablet Pc, Cheap Tablet Pc, Ainol, Ainol Novo 7 Elf, Ips
Industry:Gadgets, Technology, Tablet Pc
Location:London City - London, Greater - England
Subject:Products
Account Email Address Verified     Account Phone Number Verified     Disclaimer     Report Abuse
GadgetFreakz Ltd News
Trending
Most Viewed
Daily News



Like PRLog?
9K2K1K
Click to Share